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] talking to, i think, sees that. jim zogby: i'd go back to president obama's speech in cairo, study it, figure out what went wrong in our ability to implement it, but use that as the narrative. it was beautifully structured, taught all the right lessons. i debated george allen the day after on cbs, and at the end of the debate, the person said, "bbut can he do it? can we close the divide?" and i said, "i actually think he can, if given a chance, i just don't think he can close the divide with conservatives here at home, and they're going to stand in the way of him doing it," and that's what happened. male speaker 1: all right, well, i'd like to thank our panelists. general michael hayden, former director of cia, philip mudd, jim zogby. i'd also like to thank jane harman and the woodrow wilson center, and npr, gary knell for promoting this discussion. you know, if we're going to have a stronger narrative these are the kind of fora i think that can advance that. ♪ [music] ♪ [music]
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